WARSAW — Warsaw Community High School’s annual homecoming parade was a popular attraction in good weather Friday, Sept. 21, with scores of residents lining streets in western Warsaw. The event consisted of WCHS’s official homecoming court and floats featured the high school’s diverse range of sanctioned clubs and sports.
The theme of the event, children’s TV shows, entertained children and adults and children darted into the streets to scoop up the quantities of candy tossed from more than three dozen floats and entries. Lincoln Elementary School’s Drake Price served as Grand Marshal.
The parade started at the WCHS Performing Arts Center horseshoe and proceeded to Union Street before turning right onto Market Street and then left onto Indiana Street. The parade continued left onto Main Street, turning left onto Columbia Street and ended at the corner of Columbia and Market streets.
The parade preceded the Warsaw varsity tiger football game against Goshen where homecoming royalty was scheduled to be announced at halftime.